Sparked by their participation in Teach For All’s Global Girls’ Education Fellowship, this summer Teach For Ghana Fellows Emily Emefa Fiankor and Wilhelmina B. Andoh-Kesson launched new projects designed to build their students’ knowledge and inspire conversations about issues related to sexual and reproductive health.
In 2012, when Enseña Chile participant Tomás Despouy traveled to Peru to attend a Teach For All conference, he had no idea that his experiences at there would spark a movement of participants, alumni, and students from across Latin America.
Today, we join organizations and governments around the world in recognizing World Refugee Day, an opportunity to raise awareness of the growing global plight of those who have fled or been forced to leave their homes and countries due to lack of security and political or economic instability.
In the communities where they teach, Teach For All participants across the network are working with parents and community members to ensure their students are learning and thriving, inside and outside the classroom.
During his Teach For India fellowship, Rahul Gupta came to believe that providing an excellent education for every student is possible, even in the most economically challenged schools and communities. Today, as the principal of the Savitri Bai Phule English Medium School in Pune, India, Rahul is working with his teachers, students, and community in a collective effort to ensure all of his students are able to fulfill their potential.